The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Estevan communities and families through the Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $330,000 will fund three Estevan Police Service positions in 2015-16.
Construction is now underway on the White City overpass, which is a key part of the Regina Bypass. This vital link will connect Highway 48 to Highway 1 at White City, eliminating the need to make left turns on or off of Highway 1. The overpass will be open to traffic in 2017.
With the approach of the holiday season, employers and young workers are reminded that 14- and 15-year-olds must take the Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) before they start working.
Today in Moose Jaw, Provincial Secretary Nadine Wilson joined Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield to present the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal to its latest recipients from the Friendly City and the region.
Today, Government Relations Minister Jim Reiter reminded the public they have until December 15 to provide feedback on the provincial response to the 2015 wildfire season in northern Saskatchewan, as part of the province’s commitment to conduct a comprehensive review.
Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart and the Government of Saskatchewan support the World Trade Organization (WTO) arbitrator’s report released today that establishes the value of Canada’s retaliatory tariffs in response to Country of Origin Labelling (COOL).
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Moose Jaw communities and families through the Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $330,000 will fund three Moose Jaw Police Service positions in 2015-16.
Saskatchewan posted strong employment growth numbers in November, especially when compared to the rest of the country.
In Canada, December 6 has been designated as the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women to commemorate the deaths of 14 female engineering students killed at Montreal’s l'École Polytechnique in 1989. This year marks the 26th anniversary of this tragic event.
With the recent mild temperatures in Saskatchewan, the Ministry of Environment is reminding people to make sure there is sufficient ice for your safety if you plan on going onto the ice for ice fishing or other activities.